Misinformation, the colonial past, and a botched Ebola vaccine trial all come into play in Ghana as it fights to get the COVID-19 vaccine into the arms of the 30 million people who live there. Praised by the African CDC for its quick pandemic response, Ghana is now on the front line in the fight against vaccine hesitancy. From the capital, Accra, special correspondent Nabil Ahmed Rufai reports.
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